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EisnerAmper’s examines Health Spending Accounts including HSAs, HRAs and FSAs, as well as tax reform, qualified medical expenses and your tax advisor.

Which Health Spending Account Is Right for Your Business?

   

Tim Schuster, a manager in EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group, examines the differences between health savings accounts (HSAs), health reimbursement accounts (HRAs), and flexible savings accounts (FSAs). Tim looks at things like who funds the plan, who owns it, taxation, contribution limits and what happens to unused funds at year’s end.


Transcript

Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to the Bottom Line. This podcast examines the everyday business and finance issues faced by closely held and private businesses. We hope to provide you with news you can use in what we like to think of as a jargon free zone. I’m your host Dave Plaskow, and with us is Tim Schuster, a manager in EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group. In this episode we’ll discuss the main types of employer provided health spending accounts. Tim, good to see you again.
Tim Schuster: Dave, let me tell you, it’s a pleasure to see you as well.


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Mr. Schuster is a Manager providing tax compliance services to individual filers, as well as assistance on tax returns for companies in the manufacturing and real estate industries.

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